In celebration of his contribution to science and cybernetics, the annual Heinz von Foerster Congress in Vienna included a session called "The Viennese Archives of Heinz von Foerster and Gordon Pask: Current Status, Future Perspectives", with Albert Müller and others participating.
Included in the session was a video submission by Paul Pangaro, in three parts:
1 — Origins of Pangaro's collection of Paskian materials and artifacts, starting from the day he met Pask through Nicholas Negroponte at the MIT Architecture Machine Group, predecessor to the MIT Media Lab, both research organizations founded by Negroponte.
2 — Entailments of association and collaboration on contracts for the US Army Research Institute and the UK Admiralty, whose core was Pask's conversation theory.
3 — Applications of conversation theory to teaching design, designing team processes, and developing software that supports agreement.
For related content, see pangaro.com/HvF/pangaro-pask-archives-vienna.html.